The Value of Skills for Bulgaria’s Cognitive Future

The pace of technology change today, global connectivity and new collar jobs – to borrow this IBM coined term – are forcing us to rethink skills development as a way to recognize that the future of work and the future of learning are converging. More than 70 million workers globally may need to change their […]

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GDPR’s Missing Link: A Single Subject Search Index

Organizations implementing GDPR are going to discover, sooner or later, that finding someone’s data following a subject access request is much easier said than done. Most organizations think they can individually search every system, either manually or via a federated crawler that automatically queries each system. In fact, neither of these approaches works well. There […]

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GDPR & Protecting Data Privacy with Cryptographic Pseudonyms

Within two years, most of today’s cybersecurity technologies will be obsolete. Since the beginning of 2016, hackers have stolen more than 8 billion records — more than double the two previous years combined — and that doesn’t account for unreported intrusions. The current system of patches, firewalls and blacklists isn’t working. It’s no match for […]

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Unified Data Governance: A Competitive Advantage

Once deemed the core of a good defensive strategy, relegated primarily to aiding in regulatory compliance, data governance has made its way into the “offensive” playbook as organizations around the world seek to convert data into a competitive advantage. As data emerges as a strategic asset, data governance is in my view a foundational program from […]

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Fast Data Ingestion, ML Equates to Smarter Decisions Faster

Human beings tend to filter out events they deem unimportant to avoid sensory overload. They can only process so much at any given time. Computer systems, however, must be able to handle a massive number of digital “events” – everything from changes in your car’s engine to millions of retail transactions – in real time or […]

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Enhancing Individual Privacy with IBM Blockchain and Senzing ER

Data privacy protection is a critical requirement for organizations that store data about people and organizations. A tamper-resistant audit log should be included in every organization’s comprehensive privacy and security architecture. When immutable audit logs are in place, user interactions are permanently recorded. Even administrators with the highest level of system privileges cannot alter these […]

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How IBM is Helping Establish, Evolve and Extend Blockchain Networks

The digital economy has made trust more important than ever. Without trust and transparency, vast amounts of value are trapped and siloed inside business processes and organizations. That’s why blockchain is quickly moving mainstream as an important new way to instill trust into transactions and entire business processes. Interest in blockchain has never been greater, […]

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A New Era of the Smart Enterprise

In 2014, Apple and IBM formed a partnership to empower the enterprise and change the way professionals work. Since then, we’ve helped numerous clients across industries, including Amica Insurance, City Furniture, and Japan Airlines, fuel their digital transformations with mobile. Today, we’re seeing an increasing number of companies interested in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine […]

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IBM Makes Advanced AI More Accessible for Users Everywhere

Artificial intelligence will be the most disruptive class of technologies over the next decade, fueled by near-endless amounts of data, and unprecedented advances in deep learning. The rise of deep learning has been fueled by three recent trends: the explosion in the amount of training data; the use of accelerators such as graphics processing units […]

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How Watson Assistant Helps You Treat Customers Like VIPs

Over the last few years, digital assistants have cemented their place in our homes, helping execute routine day-to-day tasks, from turning on our televisions to telling us about “this day in history.” But these devices have also accomplished something else, they have laid the groundwork for what’s next: truly intelligent AI assistants that get to […]

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Bringing Sophisticated Security and AI to the IBM Cloud

There are two major themes that bookend the enterprise conversation about cloud adoption. On one hand, businesses are compelled to move more workloads to the cloud to seize the new opportunities presented by AI, Machine Learning, IoT or even next-generation quantum computing or risk getting left behind. On the other hand, concerns about security and […]

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New Relic Teams with IBM to Expand in Europe, Speed Cloud Adoption

As more companies turn to the cloud for the agility and innovation it offers, they’re also looking for the highest level of control and visibility into their data as possible: from where it resides to the amount of infrastructure and resources a particular workload may be consuming. To help organizations harness the full potential of […]

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